BioWater, a Nordic centre of Excellence just held its kick-off meeting. BioWater is the first Nordic centre and platform to provide solutions for water resources management in the face of potential and competing demands for biomass, land and water resources.
NMBU's PhD student Hannah Harrison has been awarded the German Green Talents Award. She is one of 25 up-and-coming scientists selected from 602 applicants from all over the world. This year’s focus is on “Sustainable Production and Consumption”.
A new doctoral thesis shows that Norwegian hydropower in combination with interconnection cables to the continent and increased use of power-to-heat in district heating can contribute to a greener northern European energy system.
On Thursday, October 5, MINA and NIBIO, in collaboration with the EFI - European Forest Institute, is organizing an international conference on the future of forestry. We offer an exciting program with several of Norway's and Europe's leading companies.
Friday, September 15, 2017, Victor Strimbu defends his PhD thesis “Biomass stock and change estimation in boreal forests using remotely sensed data – results from empirical studies and simulations”. His results fits well with programs like REDD, allowing governments to report credible carbon stock changes.
Are you interested environmental toxins and exotoxicology? In the August block, MINA offers the course "Effect and Biomarker Methods in Toxicology" (FMI330) for the first time. This course is essential for you who wants practical knowledge like sampling and laboratory testing.
Whether you are looking for wood without knots for your skirting board or the perfect Christmas tree, a "digitalised" forest makes it easier to find your dream tree – without having to go into the forest.
NMBU, NORAD and Mekelle University invites all interested parties to the international conference "Management of dry forests and woodlands in a changing climate" October 16-18 2017 in Mekelle, Ethiopia.
Professor emeritus Bal Ram Singh is the newly elected leader of Division 3 of the International Union of Soil Science (IUSS). There, he will work to safeguard the world's soil resources in a sustainable manner. This is the first time a Norwegian researcher has been elected to such a high office in the organization.